'''Floyd E. Kellam High School''' is a public high school in Virginia Beach, Virginia
. Located in the city's southern section, in Princess Anne, Virginia|Princess Anne
the school first opened in 1962, named after judge Floyd Eaton Kellam. Kellam High School serves a large portion of the city of Virginia Beach, with the attendance boundary extending south to the North Carolina border. The student population is 82 percent Caucasian students, 9 percent African-American students, 5 percent Hispanic, and 3 percent Asian/Pacific Islander students.
Kellam High moved into a brand new, state-of-the-art facility in 2014.
Floyd Kellam High School is fully accredited under Virginia's Standards of Learning
The school is the third-oldest in Virginia Beach, next to Princess Anne High School
and Frank W. Cox High School
. Kellam has also been a blue ribbon school in the Fine Arts Department for the years 2006 and 2007.